Stalks of milfoil, coontail
, and hydrilla are strong and often long.
This happens most with peppergrass around the islands and Henderson's point, eelgrass and coontail
along the north shore."
William Dean; Gerri Harlow, President of the Monroe County Historical Society; and Jim Box, owner of Coontail
The growing stands of coontail
moss (also known by its formal name hydrilla verticillata) have become the kudzu of Arkansas lakes.
One kg of Coontail
was introduced in 1 circular tank and 1/2 kg in second.
Ceratophyllum demersum L.: CERDEM; Common coontail
; submersed and free-floating; 19.0; infrequent; 2.5; BUT, PUNC.
Many plant species exist widely, including natives like bulrushes, species of lily pads, coontail
, varieties of pondweed (Potamogeton), and introduced plants like Eurasian milfoil, hydrilla, and curlyleaf pondweed.
Fellsmere's vegetation is scenic, and includes hydrilla and coontail
that become especially thick in summer.
Duck food is still abundant by way of duckweed and coontail
Spatial distribution of macroinvertebrates inhabiting Hydrilla and Coontail
Beds in the Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana.
Usually, though, by the time most anglers are out fishing on most natural lakes and reservoirs, the fish have spawned and moved to areas with a mix of rock and weedgrowth like coontail
or cabbage, on mainlake or reservoir flats running 4 to 12 feet deep.
. Found in a small pond just west of Wyandotte Lake in Crawford County, this species is under consideration for state endangered/threatened/rare status by the Department of Natural Resources (Homoya pers.